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Microsoft Endpoint Manager

Microsoft Endpoint Manager was announced last week at Microsoft Ignite 2019.

Microsoft is working on bringing together System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) and the Microsoft Intune mobile management service into a new brand called “Microsoft Endpoint Manager,”

Microsoft is consolidating most (all) of their client management tools (SCCM, Intune,  Desktop Analytics, etc. )   into one  now called Microsoft Endpoint Manager.

Based on the information Provided, Microsoft Endpoint Manager includes:

  • Config Manager
  • Intune
  • Co-Management
  • Desktop Analytics
  • Device Management Admin Console

In fact SCCM is to be re-branded as Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager. Subsequent updates to Configuration Manager will remove the name System Center.

Couple of videos  from Brad Anderson of the new Microsoft  move regarding endpoint management follow below:

Additionally you can deep dive into the Full Ignite 2019 Session at

Update 11/14/2019:

Why Microsoft Endpoint ManagerFrom Brad Anderson: “At Ignite 2019, I told you “what” Microsoft Endpoint Manager is. In this post, I explain “why” we created it.”

Some interesting data bits from Microsoft as of November 2019 Ignite Conference:

  • 900+million deployed Windows 10 PCs,
  • 200 million commercial PCs, Macs, iOS and Android devices managed by ConfigMgr and Intune,
  • 200 million Office 365 users,
  • 600 billion authentications serviced each month by Azure Active Directory (AAD)
  • 13+ million active users on Teams